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Turin School of Development Master Courses
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This M.Sc. is a response to the need for more diverse expertise in the design and evaluation of policies in which international labour standards and fundamental rights at work go hand-in-hand with job creation and productive employment. Read more
This M.Sc. is a response to the need for more diverse expertise in the design and evaluation of policies in which international labour standards and fundamental rights at work go hand-in-hand with job creation and productive employment. It is intended to prepare participants to become experts in designing, analysing and evaluating policies that place employment at the heart of economic, social and development policy-making. The course will combine rigorous training in analytical and quantitative economic methods with an emphasis on what constitutes an appropriate policy, legal and institutional framework for employment and decent work in different development contexts.

The curriculum will combine a two-month distance learning phase with a four-month face-to-face component.
The Master program will be articulated around the following core modules.

The curriculum will combine a two-month distance learning phase with a four-month face-to-face component.

The Master program will be articulated around the 5 following core modules.

-The first module (module A) will cover the fundamentals in economics for development with a strong component in both the macroeconomics and microeconomics of labour markets.
-The second module (module B) will review labour standards, policies and institutions with applications in developed and developing countries.
-The third module (module C) will provide basic and more advanced courses on quantitative methods in the areas of statistics, econometrics, impact evaluation and microsimulation.
-The fourth module (module D) will be devoted to labour statistics, with courses on data collection methods, data analysis, and measurement of labour market conditions and decent work in different development contexts.
-The fifth module (module E) will consist of a series of conferences on contemporary global labour market challenges.

The programme is held in english, it willtake place from 26 October 2015 to 28 February 2017 and is sub-divided into three cycles:

The first cycle is conducted through a distance learning component that will start on26 October 2015 and will end on22 January 2016.

The second cycle from 25 January 2016 to 13 May 2016, is a face-to-face learning period that will be held in Turin, Italy, at the International Training Centre of the ILO. Its campus and facilities (bank, post office, travel agency, laundry, gym, sports and recreation facilities) provide an ideal environment for studying, sharing experience and creating networks. Class attendance is compulsory.

The third cycle is the preparation of a Master thesis, undertaken in the participant’s country or as part of an internship, assisted by tutors and professors, which will start on 16 May 2016 and will end on28 February 2017.

At the end of the academic year, each student will be required to prepare a Master thesis directed by a faculty member or by a professional from the institutions involved. The Master thesis can be written in any of the ILO official languages (English, French, Spanish) or in Italian as long as it is agreed beforehand with the thesis supervisor.

Deadline for application: 1 July 2015 or 1 September 2015



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Collegio Carlo Alberto Education
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The Master in Data Science for Complex Economic Systems is a one year full-time postgraduate program (II level Master Degree) taught in English and welcomes students from different disciplines (e.g. Read more
The Master in Data Science for Complex Economic Systems is a one year full-time postgraduate program (II level Master Degree) taught in English and welcomes students from different disciplines (e.g. economics, physics, computer science and political science).
The Master provides theoretical and methodological tools to understand and analyse complex systems which typically exhibit nonlinear behaviour resulting from the interaction of heterogeneous agents, hierarchy and continuous innovation. These properties require exploring new visions and expanding education beyond the frontier of traditional economic studies. In addition to the standard toolkit of economics and econometrics, the program takes a path-breaking perspective on advanced analytics, including big data, machine-learning network analysis, and agent-based simulation. The Master applies this pioneering approach to modelling, management, forecasting and policymaking in innovation, urban and consumption systems.
The teaching method combines a thorough theoretical training with hands-on laboratories also in collaboration with top research centres and corporations. Our faculty is recruited from top schools (e.g. Écoles Normale Supérieure de Lyon, GREQUAM), on the international academic job market. The faculty also includes scholars from the University of Turin and the Collegio Carlo Alberto.
In addition to their coursework, students interact with the faculty, fellows, and researchers of the University of Turin and of the Collegio.
Master’s graduates can apply with full recognition of course credits for admission to the Vilfredo Pareto Doctorate in Economics (curriculum in Complexity) of the University of Turin.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Early applications (most welcome): March 31, 2016 - Regular applications: July 15, 2016

COURSES:
http://madas.carloalberto.org

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Collegio Carlo Alberto Education
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The Master in Economics continues the pioneering tradition of the Master in Economics created 20 years ago by the consortium Coripe Piemonte. Read more
The Master in Economics continues the pioneering tradition of the Master in Economics created 20 years ago by the consortium Coripe Piemonte. That program, the first of its kind in Italy, prepared many bright Italian and foreign students, who now hold prominent academic or professional jobs in Italy or abroad. The new Master program in Economics builds on the strengths of the previous program and, at the same time, has been reshaped in order to compete with similar successful Master programs in Europe.
The Master in Economics endows its graduates with an excellent working knowledge of the analytic tools and advanced methodologies required for the study of current issues in Economics. The courses are taught in English by the faculty of the Collegio recruited from the best schools on the international academic job market. In addition to their coursework, master students interact with the faculty, fellows, visiting fellows and researchers of the Collegio. They have access to the Collegio’s facilities and scientific activities, such as seminars, lectures, and doctoral courses.

PLACEMENT
The program has an excellent placement record. Previous graduates either enrolled in the best American and European PhD programs and now have academic jobs in top universities in the United States and in Europe, or hold prominent positions in a wide variety of Italian and international organizations.

ADMISSIONS
Applicants for the Master program in Economics must be university graduates (four- or five- year degree). Undergraduates in their last year of studies will also be considered.

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Annual tuition and fees for the Master program amount to € 8,000. Tuition, fee waivers, research assistantships and scholarships may be awarded to applicants according to the admission ranking.

APPLICATION DEADLINE
Regular applications: June 30, 2016
Unesco-ICTP special admission procedure: March 31, 2016

COURSES
http://www.carloalberto.org/education/master-economics/courses/

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Turin School of Development Master Courses
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This master is designed to contribute to the development of competent occupational safety and health (OSH) professionals. A multidisciplinary background is needed to operate successfully in the broad field of OSH. Read more
This master is designed to contribute to the development of competent occupational safety and health (OSH) professionals.
A multidisciplinary background is needed to operate successfully in the broad field of OSH. The course therefore incorporates training sessions on the topics and disciplines relevant to OSH. The training focuses not only on OHS issues but also on the development of organizational, managerial and inter-personal skills. Specific study visits are planned to offer direct interaction with experts in the field. Visits to 12 different productive settings in Italy are planned in order to offer direct interaction with experts in the field.

The master course will have three phases, one consisting of 20 weeks online distance learning, another consisting of 11 weeks residential training at the ITC-ILO campus in Turin, Italy and another distance phase of 21 weeks for the preparation of the dissertation.

1st Phase: Preparatory Internet-based distance learning

. This phase includes 370 hours for self-studying and exercises and 180 hours for preparing and submitting the assessments.

Participants will be introduced to the fundamentals and basic concepts of the OSH through the following eight modules:

Module A1: Introduction to the occupational safety and health.

Module A2: Occupational Safety.

Module A3: Occupational Hygiene.

Module A4: Occupational Medicine.

Module A5: Occupational Psychosociology and Ergonomics.

Module A6: National OSH Governance.

Module A7: Organization of OSH at the enterprise level.

Module A8: Participatory approaches for the improvement of the working conditions.

This phase is preparatory. It will enable participants with different levels and fields of knowledge to reach an adequate and homogeneous level for taking advantage of the residential phase.

2nd Phase: Residential phase of Turin

. This phase will include classroom training (315 hours), study visits to selected enterprises and related training sessions (125 hours), and 110 hours of assessment.
Instructors will use lectures, discussions, exercises and other interactive learning activities to strike a balance between theory and practice and to stimulate discussion among the participants and professors. A practical approach based on the analysis and resolution of OSH issues will be taken.

The contents are split into 11 topics (one for each week). The modules in this phase are:

Module 1: Safety techniques.

Module 2: Management competences.

Module 3: Major hazard control.

Module 4: OSH management systems.

Module 5: Physical agents.

Module 6: Occupational hygiene techniques.

Module 7: Occupational toxicology and medicine.

Module 8: Ergonomics.

Module 9: Psychosocial factors & health promotion.

Module 10: Teaching skills.

Module 11: Organization and management

3rd Phase: Preparation of Master thesis

Participants will work individually in their country for the preparation of their Master thesis, assisted at distance by tutors and professors with OSH expertise.

Deadline for Application: 30 June 2015



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Turin School of Development Master Courses
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This Programme intends to enable participants to cope with the challenges of regulating, executing and monitoring public procurement in an economically and socially responsible manner. Read more
This Programme intends to enable participants to cope with the challenges of regulating, executing and monitoring public procurement in an economically and socially responsible manner. It is unique in its comprehensive coverage of the four pillars of effective national public procurement systems as defined by the OECD. New topics in public procurement are also explored. Emphasis is placed on practical work and case studies dealing with typical problems in the management of the tendering and contract execution phases. It imparts the necessary soft skills in contract negotiations and conflict resolution while stressing the importance of professional and ethical behaviour.

CURRICULUM OF THE MASTER:

Distance Learning

During the distance learning period, you will have to study three Modules on the core subjects of the course: law, economics and procurement management. This will make sure that the group meeting in Turin knows the fundamental principles and key steps of the procurement cycle.
The three Distance Learning (DL) Modules are:

Module 1: Introduction to the legal framework for public procurement
Module 2: Introduction to economics for procurement management
Module 3: Introduction to procurement management

During your the four months of distance learning, you will have access to an on-line platform, through which you will learn as an individual as well as in a collective way, while receiving support from tutors with expertise in the subject matter, participating in the forum, using the documentation centre and networking.

Face to Face

The second part consists of face-to-face learning: lessons will be held in Turin at the ITC-ILO campus. Attendance of classes is compulsory. This is the core period of instruction, incorporating application work and group/individual solutions of assignments.

During this part participants will study 22 compulsory “core themes” covering the expanded contents of the Three Learning disciplines of the Master as follows:

1. International Legal instruments governing PP (WTO, EU, UNCITRAL, WB, COMESA)

2. Institutional models for PP and integration with Public Expenditure Management

3. Economics of Procurement Management, game theory and reverse auctions

4. Companies’ Balance Sheet analysis and financial reporting standards 5. Procurement Process, Project cycle and risk management

6. Procurement methods

7. Intellectual Property issues related to Public Procurement

8. Public Procurement in the Health sector

9. Procurement Management of Supply Contracts

10. Procurement of Physical Services

11. Works Procurement Management

12. Procurement of Consultancy services

13. Procurement in the Utilities sector and Defence Procurement

14. Procurement remedies (bidders’complaints procedures)

15. Contract Law and Dispute settlement

16. Supply Chain Management: Logistics, Insurance Policies and Incoterms Legal framework and Economics of Public Private Partnerships

17. Legal framework and Economics of Public Private Partnerships

18. Sustainable procurement: social, economic and environmental considerations in public procurement

19. Advanced Contract Management

20. Fraud and Corruption in Public Procurement

21. Procurement Audit

22. E-Procurement (Legal issues and implementation models)

Final Dissertation

To complete the degree, you will have to carry out an individual research work on a procurement topic of your choice, under the guidance of a supervisor, and submit it in the form of a final dissertation.

Deadline for Application: 30 September 2015



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